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Maisie Williams joins Aardman’s Early Man voice cast

19 hours ago | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Game Of Thrones and Doctor Who actress Maisie Williams has joined the voice cast of Aardman’s next animated feature film Early Man.

Maisie joins the cast voicing Goona, the gallant and indomitable rebel who befriends the film’s hero Dug (Eddie Redmayne), and helps steer him through the clash of the Stone Age and Bronze Age civilisations.

Director Nick Park said of the casting: “Maisie is a terrific actress, and she is of course no stranger to embodying a valiant heroine.   I’m most excited to see her breathe life into Goona – I know she’ll be the perfect ally to Eddie’s Dug”.

Maisie added:  “I’m a huge Aardman fan – having the chance to work with Nick Park is a dream come true, especially as I get to voice such a fantastic character as Goona.  I can’t wait for audiences to meet her”.

Set at the dawn of time, »

- Paul Heath

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Step Back, We Have Another Infinity War Confirmation

17 January 2017 12:09 PM, PST | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Ok, I have already given a warning "be prepared for these" and every time an actor gets confirmed for Infinity War, usually by their own doing, it is our duty to report it to you. We have another today as Nebula, played by Karen Gillan, has confirmed in a quote with the BBC (gasp) that she will indeed be in Avengers: Infinity War.

And then I’ll be making a little appearance in the next Avengers movies.

Boom. Confirmed.

However, let's examine the aspect of this sentence, "Making a little appearance." Will this be a 20 second appearance, a flashback, or perhaps a quick death scene? Or maybe she is underplaying it and she is a huge part. We will know more in a few months when one of my favorite franchises of all time, Guardians Of The Galaxy, returns.

Nebula is one of Thanos' daughters, along with Gamora. He has »

- Drew Carlton

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Karen Gillan’s Feature Film Directorial Debut Begins Production

17 January 2017 9:30 AM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Principal photography is underway for Scottish actress Karen Gillan’s feature film directorial debut of the project previously known as “Tupperware Party.” Best known to film audiences for roles such as Nebula in the “Guardians of the Galaxy” franchise and for her portrayal of Amelia Pond, co-star to the Eleventh Doctor in the popular BBC adventure series “Doctor Who,” Gillan is writing, directing and starring in the untitled drama. Gillan previously directed two short films, “Coward,” which had its premiere at the Edinburgh Film Festival, and “Conventional.” Also Read: 'Jumanji' Star Karen Gillan Responds to 'Child Sized' Outfit »

- Umberto Gonzalez

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Doctor Who’s Karen Gillan begins filming her directorial debut – Tupperware Party

17 January 2017 3:54 AM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Jon Lyus

Karen Gillan is increasingly busy of late. The Scottish actress, known primarily for her time with Matt Smith’s Doctor in the guise of Amy Pond, has just completed the second of her Guardians of the Galaxy film as well as a leading role in the new Jumanji film with Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart. She starred in the underrated TV show Selfie, and has had small roles in films such as The Big Short and Ti West’s In a Valley of Violence. Now she takes on another challenge – her first film as director.

Tupperware Party, which she will star in as well as being the writer and director, is filming in Scotland right now, with Mt Hollywood Films producing. Gillan explains the film,

Tupperware Party follows the story of a girl called Lucy who lives in Inverness. She is dealing with the suicide of her best friend. »

- Jon Lyus

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New images and promo for ‘Taken: The Series’

16 January 2017 4:01 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

The Liam Neeson movie franchise Taken is headed to television! Set to debut on February 27th 2017, at least in the Us, Taken: The Series follows in the footsteps of that other Luc Besson franchise The Transporter, moving the action to television with a recast of its hero… This version, set to air on NBC, sees Clive Standen (Vikings, Camelot, Doctor Who) taking up the mantel of [a younger] Bryan Mills as he fights to overcome tragedy and exact revenge as a deadly CIA operative.

From the press release:

From Executive Producer Luc Besson (Taken, The Fifth Element) comes a thrilling new addition to his iconic blockbuster action-film franchise. This new, modern-day, edge-of-your-seat thriller follows the origin story of younger, hungrier, former Green Beret Bryan Mills (Clive Standen, Vikings) as he deals with a personal tragedy that shakes his world. As he fights to overcome the incident and exact revenge, Mills is »

- Phil Wheat

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See Rupert Grint and Ed Westwick Play Gun-toting Criminals in the First Trailer for Crackle’s Snatch

13 January 2017 3:25 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Rupert Grint is trading his wand for a menacing, real-life weapon.

The Harry Potter alum is starring in Crackle’s new 10-episode crime series, Snatch.

Based loosely on the 2000 Brad Pitt and Jason Statham film of the same name, Snatch follows a group of young hustlers whose serendipitous discovery of a truck of gold bars leads them into the dangerous London crime underworld.

In the exclusive first trailer from the series, Grint – who portrays Charlie Cavendish – plots, plans and narrowly avoids getting shot by a gun-toting Ed Westwick.

Courtesy Crackle

The one-hour series also features Skins‘ Luke Pasqualino, Scream Queens »

- Lindsay Kimble

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‘Victoria’: Jenna Coleman Is Every Inch England’s Rebellious Queen in Illuminating PBS Drama

13 January 2017 12:53 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

On the heels of “The Crown’s” win at the Golden Globes, the world’s fascination with the British royal family continues unabated. PBS enters the fray with “Victoria,” the tale of the original long-reigning queen who is the great, great grandmother of the Queen Elizabeth we know now.

Starring “Doctor Who” alum Jenna Coleman, “Victoria” traces the monarch’s time from the age of accession at 18 through her long and tumultuous reign that included her passionate marriage to Prince Albert, increased expansion of the British Empire, and becoming a national icon.

Read More: ‘Doctor Who’s’ Jenna Coleman Embodies the Vivacious and Very Short Queen Victoria

Coleman exited “Doctor Who” after two tours with the time-traveling alien. At a sit-down interview with IndieWire last summer, she admitted that going back to TV right away wasn’t her plan.

“I was quite determined to not do another TV series for a while, »

- Hanh Nguyen

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‘Victoria’: Jenna Coleman Is Every Inch England’s Rebellious Queen in Illuminating PBS Drama

13 January 2017 12:53 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

On the heels of “The Crown’s” win at the Golden Globes, the world’s fascination with the British royal family continues unabated. PBS enters the fray with “Victoria,” the tale of the original long-reigning queen who is the great, great grandmother of the Queen Elizabeth we know now.

Starring “Doctor Who” alum Jenna Coleman, “Victoria” traces the monarch’s time from the age of accession at 18 through her long and tumultuous reign that included her passionate marriage to Prince Albert, increased expansion of the British Empire, and becoming a national icon.

Read More: ‘Doctor Who’s’ Jenna Coleman Embodies the Vivacious and Very Short Queen Victoria

Coleman exited “Doctor Who” after two tours with the time-traveling alien. At a sit-down interview with IndieWire last summer, she admitted that going back to TV right away wasn’t her plan.

“I was quite determined to not do another TV series for a while, »

- Hanh Nguyen

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Sherlock Promises It’s Not A Game Anymore In Explosive Episode 3 Teaser

13 January 2017 12:17 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

There’s a very good chance that the series (and season) finale of Sherlock airs this Sunday, January 15. Due to their busy schedules, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman can’t commit to the British mystery show as they once could, and that’s without mentioning creator Steven Moffat’s other projects like, you know, Doctor Who. But they’re not going to end it on a whimper. Oh no. Based on the teaser for Sunday’s episode, which you can see above, they’re going to end the detective series with a bang. A big one.

Judging from this brief, 20-second clip, Sherlock is going to conclude its fourth season with an intense, emotionally-charged finale that undoubtedly tests the limits of Sherlock (Cumberbatch) and Watson (Freeman) in their darkest hour. That the trailer ends with an explosion, quite literally, might upset those who like the grounded, contemplative TV series as it is, »

- Will Ashton

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Bedroom Door Locks and More: 5 Things to Know About Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s ‘Full-On Passionate Marriage’

13 January 2017 8:05 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Victoria was the teen queen who went on to have the longest reign until Queen Elizabeth passed that milestone in September 2015. And just like Elizabeth, Victoria’s youth and determination aided her well early in her reign. “Victoria was tiny and very, very strong willed,” say historian Daisy Goodwin, the creator of the PBS/Masterpiece drama Victoria, which premieres January 15.

And those characteristics are attracting a new wave of fans of the show, which stars Dr. Who’s Jenna Coleman. “Most period dramas are watched by the over-50s, but in the U.K., this has the youngest demographic of any period drama ever, »

- simonperrytimeinc

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Martin Phipps And Ruth Barrett Victoria Original Soundtrack Available Now

13 January 2017 7:51 AM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Dubois Records, in cooperation with Mammoth Screen and Masterpiece will release the Victoria – Original Soundtrack digitally on all music streaming platforms to coincide with the Us release of the television series on PBS this coming weekend. The album features the limited series’ original score by multi-bafta and Ivor Novello winning composer Martin Phipps (Woman In Gold, The Keeping Room) and Ruth Barrett (City Of Tiny Lights, Whitechapel) with vocals from the Mediaeval Baebes. Victoria was first aired on ITV in the UK on August 28, 2016.

Phipps says: “The idea was to give Victoria a dynamic voice, an explosive theme through which we could rejoice in her strength & courage. The Mediaeval Baebes were the perfect sound for this. With one foot in the classical world & one in the commercial, they gave Victoria the mixture of refinement & attitude I was after.”

Barrett says: “I started composing from episode 2, weaving in some of Martin »

- Michelle McCue

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Preview of Vampirella #0

12 January 2017 5:30 PM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Dynamite Entertainment launches a new Vampirella series next month, and we’ve got a preview of the #0 issue for you here, which will be available for the low price of just 25¢! Take a look here…

Beginning a new and Very different direction! Vampirella was last spotted in 2016 doing what she does best-defending the world from threats both mystic and evil. She hasn’t been seen since. Now, over a thousand years later, she’s poised to make her fateful return, but the world that awaits her is unlike anything she might expect-or want to defend! Written by acclaimed comics, novel and television writer Paul Cornell (This Damned Band, Doctor Who) and illustrated by the masterful Jimmy Broxton (Goldtiger, Knight & Squire), it’s the start of an adventure for Vampirella unlike any she’s had in her long and storied history. Don’t miss the train before it leaves the station! »

- Amie Cranswick

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Branko Tomovic's thriller Red receives German premiere at Berlin Independent Film Festival

11 January 2017 10:13 PM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Red is a gritty and edgy thriller set in the underground world of illegal organ smuggling, the so-called red market. It's the directorial debut of Branko Tomovic (24: Live Another Day, Fury, The Bourne Ultimatum) and stars Dervla Kirwan (Ondine, Interlude in Prague) with Francesca Fowler (Doctor Who, Macbeth). It tells the story of a damaged and guilt-ridden man who works in this dangerous underground world but is trying to find a way out of it.   The 20-minute film is a British-German co-production by Kaissar Film in Munich and London’s House Kino and has already won numerous awards and nominations on the international film festival circuit including Kraljevski Filmski Festival (Serbia), Naperville Independent Film Festival (Us), Maverick Movie Awards (Us). The UK premiere was recently with...

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TV Review: ‘Victoria’ on PBS Masterpiece

11 January 2017 10:30 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

“We must not let in daylight upon magic,” British essayist Walter Bagehot once wrote of the English monarchy, and Queen Victoria in particular.

“Victoria,” which is based on a novel about the famous monarch, doesn’t just bathe its subjects in golden daylight; there’s plenty of evocative candlelight, too. “Victoria” depicts life behind the scenes in a series of well-appointed palaces and lush gardens, but would-be Bagehots have nothing to fear: Admirers of Queen Victoria could hardly hope for a more flattering portrait. The problem with that romantic — and romanticized — approach is that this Masterpiece miniseries can get so bogged down in admiration for its core character that it begins to meander, and it often sands the edges off conflicts surrounding the early years of the young queen’s reign.

The result is a miniseries that’s easy on the eyes and generally more interesting when capable actors like Jenna Coleman, who »

- Maureen Ryan

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Sherlock: 34 nerdy spots in The Lying Detective

9 January 2017 11:09 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Louisa Mellor Jan 10, 2017

We've scoured The Lying Detective for details and noticed a few interesting titbits. Spoilers ahead...

Once again, we’ve clued for looks in the latest Sherlock episode The Lying Detective and noticed some fun details and references to the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stories. Here goes…

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1. The episode’s very first shot of a smoking gun – which we assume is that of Vivian Norbury in The Six Thatchers as remembered by John Watson – is actually the gun shot at John Watson by Eurus Holmes in the episode’s final shot. (The same shot also features in the series four opening credits and is briefly edited in to the scene of Sherlock and ‘Faith’ sitting by the Thames after he’s thrown her gun into the water.)

2. A vase of white roses, »

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Sherlock series 4 episode 2 review: The Lying Detective

9 January 2017 4:04 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Louisa Mellor Jan 9, 2017

The Lying Detective is lurid, horribly entertaining episode of Sherlock packed with style and surprises. Spoilers ahead…

This review contains spoilers.

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4.2 The Lying Detective

What a circus that was; acrobatics, dangerous creatures, clowning, surprise turns, high-wire danger… the lot. By the time the end credits rolled, you were left feeling enjoyably concussed, the sheer ‘whomp’ of it having sent cartoon stars spinning around your head. 

Once the ice-pack had been applied and you could see straight again, did the story stand up to prodding? Not all of it perhaps, but in the lurid, implausible realm of Sherlock Holmes, originally filled with putty noses and poison darts, who’s counting? I haven’t been that consistently entertained in front of »

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Terminator Genisys: what would've happened in the sequels?

6 January 2017 7:18 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Ryan Lambie Jan 9, 2017

The planned Terminator Genisys trilogy never got made, but we've tried to piece together what might have happened...

Not for the first time, Terminator Genisys was supposed to mark a bold new chapter in the series dreamed up by James Cameron back in 1984. Terminator Salvation, released in 2009, was Sony's glossy, $200m reboot, this time focusing on humanity's charge against the machines in the near future.

When that movie failed to perform as expected, the rights to the Terminator franchise went up for auction, and the result was Terminator Genisys: a new interpretation of the series from Skydance, the production company behind the rebooted Star Trek movies. In many respects, Skydance's treatment of The Terminator was markedly similar to its 2009 Star Trek movie: younger actors cast in familiar roles, at least one veteran from the original series returning to give an air of canonical legitimacy, and a »

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These are the opening and closing films for this year’s Glasgow Film Festival

5 January 2017 5:59 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

The organisers of this year’s Glasgow Film Festival have announced their opening and closing films.

The annual festival runs in February and will open this year with the European premiere of the coming-of-age tale Handsome Devil. The film is directed by John Butler, and stars Andrew Scott (Spectre, Sherlock), as well as rising stars Fionn O’Shea and Nicholas Galitzine.

Handsome Devil

Here’s the story.

Heading up a cast of bright new talent is Fionn O’Shea as gawky, sixteen year-old Ned, a bright, artistic lad who faces his own hell on earth when he is sent to an all-boys Irish boarding school where the manly pursuit of rugby is virtually a religion. He steels himself for the loneliness, ridicule and constant insinuations about his sexuality. Everything changes with the arrival of his new roommate Conor (Nicholas Galitzine), a star player in the rugby team, and inspirational English »

- Paul Heath

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Handsome Devil and Mad to Be Normal announced as Opening and Closing Galas for Glasgow Film Festival 2017

5 January 2017 4:37 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

With the 13th annual Glasgow Film Festival set to take place next month, it has been announced that the festivities will get underway on February 15th with the European premiere of coming-of-age tale Handsome Devil serving as the Opening Night Gala, while the curtain will come down on the festival with the world premiere of Mad to Be Normal as the Closing Night Gala on February 26th.

Heading up a cast of bright new talent is Fionn O’Shea as gawky, sixteen year-old Ned, a bright, artistic lad who faces his own hell on earth when he is sent to an all-boys Irish boarding school where the manly pursuit of rugby is virtually a religion. He steels himself for the loneliness, ridicule and constant insinuations about his sexuality. Everything changes with the arrival of his new roommate Conor (Nicholas Galitzine), a star player in the rugby team, and inspirational English »

- Gary Collinson

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Andrew Scott, David Tennant films to bookend Glasgow Film Festival

5 January 2017 2:11 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Handsome Devil to kick-off the event, Mad To Be Normal picked as Closing Film Gala.

The opening and closing night films of the Glasgow Film Festival (15-26 February) have been announced.

The European premiere of Handsome Devil, a coming-of-age story staring Sherlock and Spectre star Andrew Scott, will be the Opening Gala on 15 February. Scott stars alongside Fionn O’Shea and Nicholas Galitzine and John Butler (The Stag) directs. Radiant Films International is handling international sales for this title.

The world premiere of Mad To Be Normal (pictured below) will close the festival on festival on 26 February. David Tennant plays renowned Scottish psychiatrist R.D. Laing, with the Doctor Who star confirmed to attend the event.

Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men), Michael Gambon (the Harry Potter series) and Gabriel Byrne (The Usual Suspects) co-star, with Robert Mullan (We Will Sing) directing.

The festival will also host the Scottish premiere of The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits Of John Berger »

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